Fried peppers are a great side dish but are also great to make omelettes, in pasta sauces and sandwiches.
In the photo you can see Padron Peppers (Capsicuum Anuum), Pimientos del Padrón in their original language, from Padrón in the province of A Coruña, Galicia, Spain. These peppers are quite small, about 5 cm long, their peculiarity lies in the fact that their taste is generally mild but a few of them are hot in case you like spicy food.
Some green, red peppers peppers or Padrón Peppers
Extra virgin olive oil
Wash the peppers, cut them in small slices and put them in a pan with 2/3 spoonfuls of olive oil and salt to taste. Padrón peppers do not need to be washed. Cook them on slow heat. You can add a few spoonfuls of water to let them cook slowly.